Saif-ul-Muluk Lake, Naran
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
One of the highest lakes in Pakistan, Saif-ul-Muluk Lake attracts visitors with its untouched natural environment and mesmerizing views of the surrounding mountains. At an elevation of 3,224 m (10,580 ft), the pristine clear lake offers stunning views of the Malika Parbat Mountain, the highest peak in Kaghan Valley. Don't miss the opportunity to take photographs of the majestic mountains mirrored in the deep green water. Hike around the lake and relax in its peaceful ambiance. A stall offers hot and cold refreshments, while locals sell hot tea near the lake. Make Saif-ul-Muluk Lake a part of your Naran vacation plans using our Naran trip itinerary builder.
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The lake has a historical fairytale associated with it. The name is also comes from the tale. It tells the beauty and nature of lake specialy on full moon nights. The fairies come down to the lake dur... read more »
Muhammad Ali Q
We visited this place. Hired our own Jeep not sharing one. The ride through the rough rocky mountains was breath taking and alarming many a times but it is worth the hassle. The place has a relaxing v... read more »
Visited after long time and really disappointed to see the commercial places around the lake. Beauty is getting fade, garbage can b seen everywhere . Once it was very peaceful place but not anymore.
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